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Available Positions:

Psychologist – Forensic Examiner

Court Diagnostic and Treatment Center, based in Toledo, Ohio, is looking for Psychiatrists and Psychologists, licensed or license eligible to practice in Ohio, to conduct forensic evaluation services for defendants referred by the Criminal Justice System in Northwest Ohio.

The individuals filling these roles will be important team members in shaping the future of the department and so will need to have experience and expertise in many of the following areas if they are to be successful as CDTC moves into its next phase of development.

  • Examination Skills
  • Report Writing
  • Expert Opinions, Testimony, and the Law

The ideal candidate will have experience and/or ability working in the following situations:

  • Conducting forensic examinations and rendering professional opinions
  • Interacting with law enforcement, jail and state hospital personnel
  • Interviewing defendants while in detention or hospitalized
  • Testifying in criminal and domestic relation hearings
  • Conduct court-ordered evaluations to address the Court’s questions, render expert opinions, and outline the defendant’s course of treatment
  • Type clear and concise written reports that meet agency standards
  • Participate as needed in team case conferences and provide expert consultation and education to community agencies and the Criminal Justice System
  • Work independently and cooperatively within your own department and with other agencies to support the development and growth of the agency
  • Foster relationships between the agency and its funding sources
  • Support the application and implementation process for clinical grants
  • Be on-call as needed on a rotating basis
  • Psychiatrists and Psychologists, licensed or licensed eligible to practice in Ohio
  • Prefer practitioners with 5+ years’ experience, but not necessary Prefer experience conducting forensic examinations but will offer training as needed

This position reports to the Forensic Director and will be an integral part of the forensic evaluation team.

  • Full-time, starting at $90,000 – $100,000 per year
  • Part-Time (25-hours per week), starting at $55,000 – $65,000 per year
  • Independent Contractors (1099’s) … $450 per evaluation
  • Moving expenses stipend
  • Sign on bonus
  • Medical/dental/vision insurance premium 90% paid by CDTC for employee; and Medical/dental/vision insurance premium 50% paid by CDTC for family/other
  • Long/short term disability
  • Life insurance
  • 13 paid holidays
  • 15 days sick time in first year
  • 3 weeks’ vacation in first year
  • 6% matching 403b retirement plan
  • These positions are flexible and will allow the Forensic Examiner the option of working

  • Office-based
  • Off-site at jail and hospital locations
  • Working remotely from home
  • Combination of office, remote-from-home, and jail/hospital locations
  • Occasional expert testimony required

Psychiatrist - Forensic Examiner

Court Diagnostic and Treatment Center, based in Toledo, Ohio, is looking for Psychiatrists and Psychologists, licensed or license eligible to practice in Ohio, to conduct forensic evaluation services for defendants referred by the Criminal Justice System in Northwest Ohio.

The individuals filling these roles will be important team members in shaping the future of the department and so will need to have experience and expertise in many of the following areas if they are to be successful as CDTC moves into its next phase of development.

  • Examination Skills
  • Report Writing
  • Expert Opinions, Testimony, and the Law

The ideal candidate will have experience and/or ability working in the following situations:

  • Conducting forensic examinations and rendering professional opinions
  • Interacting with law enforcement, jail and state hospital personnel
  • Interviewing defendants while in detention or hospitalized
  • Testifying in criminal and domestic relation hearings
  • Conduct court-ordered evaluations to address the Court’s questions, render expert opinions, and outline the defendant's course of treatment
  • Type clear and concise written reports that meet agency standards
  • Participate as needed in team case conferences and provide expert consultation and education to community agencies and the Criminal Justice System
  • Work independently and cooperatively within your own department and with other agencies to support the development and growth of the agency
  • Foster relationships between the agency and its funding sources
  • Support the application and implementation process for clinical grants
  • Be on-call as needed on a rotating basis
  • Psychiatrists and Psychologists, licensed or licensed eligible to practice in Ohio
  • Prefer practitioners with 5+ years’ experience, but not necessary
  • Prefer experience conducting forensic examinations but will offer training as needed

This position reports to the Forensic Director and will be an integral part of the forensic evaluation team.

  • Full-time, starting at $110,000 – $130,000 per year
  • Part-Time (25-hours per week), starting at $65,000 - $80,000 per year
  • Independent Contractors (1099’s) … $450 - $600 per evaluation
  • Moving expenses stipend
  • Sign on bonus
  • Medical/dental/vision insurance premium 90% paid by CDTC for employee; and Medical/dental/vision insurance premium 50% paid by CDTC for family/other
  • Long/short term disability
  • Life insurance
  • 13 paid holidays
  • 15 days sick time in first year
  • 3 weeks’ vacation in first year
  • 6% matching 403b retirement plan
  • These positions are flexible and will allow the Forensic Examiner the option of working

  • Office-based
  • Off-site at jail and hospital locations
  • Working remotely from home
  • Combination of office, remote-from-home, and jail/hospital locations
  • Occasional expert testimony required

Forensic Director - Psychologist or Psychiatrist

Court Diagnostic and Treatment Center, based in Toledo, Ohio, is looking for the right person for a full-time position as a Forensic Director. The professional filling this exciting and important role will lead the Forensic Evaluation program housed within CDTC as well as conduct forensic evaluations.

This individual will be an important driver in shaping the future of the program and so will need to have experience and expertise in many of the following areas if they are to be successful in helping lead the Forensic Evaluation program into its next phase of development.

  • New Business Development
  • Program Development
  • Proposal Writing
  • Strategic Partnerships
  • Continuous Process Improvement
  • Marketing & Social Media

The ideal candidate will have experience and/or ability working with the following Stakeholders:

  • Key leadership in the Lucas County Criminal Justice System
  • National, state, and local legislatures and advocacy organizations
  • Regulatory agencies and national certifying bodies
  • Responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Forensic Evaluation Program
  • Represent the Evaluation Program in all facets of its operation as a member of the Ohio Forensic Directors Association along with meeting attendance and conference development
  • Recruit and manage forensic examiners including Psychiatrists, Psychologist, Counselors and Social Workers
  • Oversee the Evaluation Program Coordinator ensuring court-orders for all evaluations are processed and reports completed by established quality standards
  • Direct and monitor all daily communication with Court personnel
  • Manage all Court requests and concerns related to report production, quality control, and process improvement
  • Lead all Evaluation Program customer service activities
  • Manage all relevant aspects of Ohio MHAS and CARF certification
  • Direct the quality improvement review process of forensic evaluation reports
  • Direct all aspects of the Evaluation Program’s quality and process improvement initiatives while ensuring all relevant data is collected/monitored and objectives met
  • Initiate, implement and lead, as directed, Court-related sales and marketing objectives
  • Serve as forensic examiner, as needed, providing comprehensive, professional reports to referral sources within statutory timeframes
  • Performs other duties as assigned
  • Psychiatrist or Psychologist licensed or licensed eligible to practice in Ohio
  • Prefer at least 2 – 3 years’ experience as a forensic examiner or forensic treatment provider
  • Prefer practitioners with 5+ years’ experience, but not necessary

This position reports to the Executive Director of Court Diagnostic and Treatment Center.

  • Full-time, starting at $110,000 - $125,000 per year but is negotiable
  • This position is flexible and will allow the Forensic Director the option of working
  • Office-based
  • Combination of office and remote-from-home
  • Occasional expert testimony required
  • Occasional daytime travel within the catchment area
  • Moving expenses stipend
  • Sign on bonus
  • Medical/dental/vision insurance premium 90% paid by CDTC for employee; and Medical/dental/vision insurance premium 50% paid by CDTC for family/other
  • Long/short term disability
  • Life insurance
  • 13 paid holidays
  • 15 days sick time in first year
  • 3 weeks’ vacation in first year
  • 6% matching 403b retirement plan

Contact

Darren W. Love, M.Ed., LPCC-S

Interim Executive Director

Phone: 419-244-8624 

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